BlackBook v2.0 Released
Sunday, March 14th, 2010 / Press
A Revolution in Privacy for the BlackBerry® Smartphone
Mblware Releases BlackBook v2.0 App
March 14th, 2010 – Mblware, a pioneer in the field of privacy for your cellphone, has just announced the release of BlackBook v2.0 for the BlackBerry® Smartphone.
BlackBook is a completely unique application that protects the privacy of both you, and any contacts you choose to keep secret. Your BlackBook is completely hidden on your phone – it is accessible only by entering a customizable key combination on your BlackBerry® Smartphone’s keypad. There is no application icon for anyone snooping through your phone to find; no one will even know you have it. BlackBook hides your phone calls, SMS, PIN, and email messages through custom filtering.
“Our motto is ‘Keep your private life private.’”, said Mblware founding partner, Chad Tetreault. “We believe that people deserve privacy when it comes to personal information stored in their cellphones. With the increase in technology, a cellphone is no longer used just as a phone. It has become a vital necessity in most people’s lives, with a lot of personal information, contacts, and conversations stored on it. Whether it’s a safeguard against a snooping spouse, or protection for sensitive business contacts and information, we believe people have an increasing need to protect their privacy on their phones.”
With BlackBook, sensitive calls and contacts are completely hidden on your phone. This protects not only you, but also your contacts personal information. BlackBook v2.0 has a variety of features to maximize your privacy including but not limited to; a completely hidden address book, custom filtering of your calls, SMS, PIN, and emails messages, fake customizable caller-ID names, and auto-close. In addition, if you set your options to ‘Stealth-Mode’, all calls are sent straight to voicemail and you can avoid those awkward “Who was that!?” moments.
“We recognize that privacy and security are a large issue for most people in today’s society. Take the Tiger Woods scandal for example; had he had BlackBook installed on his phone, he could have avoided a huge, life changing scandal”, said Tetreault. “We aren’t promoting infidelity in any way, but what happened to Tiger is an example of the type of privacy issues people face. We believe that everyone deserves the ability to protect their privacy, regardless of what information they choose to protect.”
Mblware, the makers of BlackBook, are a pioneer in the field of privacy for BlackBerry® Smartphones. In addition to BlackBook, they are also the creators MblVault. MblVault is the first application that uses encryption to store your files in a secure, password protected location on your phone, to protect your most sensitive data. Mblware are currently working to expand into both the Google® and iPhone® markets.
BlackBook is available for sale at TheBlackBookApp.com for just $4.99.